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Comedy Central
Dec 14, 2012 6:40pm PST
. >> naturally. once we have been reimbursed for our efforts. >> an why should i pay you, mary pop ins. i already got 9 receipts me. >> who gave you the recipe? >> i must have gotten it from mr. bates. i told you unreliable. >> but i never gave bates the recipe. >> no, wait. (cheers and applause) >> congratulations, my lord. are you now the key kingpin of your chair. >> yes, but it's a mixed blessing. as byron once said, mo money, mo quandaries. >> carson you dropped something. >> i can explain, my lord. >> you mother [bleep] (laughter) >> stephen: all for you, nation, all for you. and tune in next time when brian cranston will reenact scenes from malcolm in the middle. that going to be crazy! we'll be right back. >> stephen: welcome back, everybody. thank you so much. nation, you know as we say good-bye to 2012 i'm going to take a moment here to bid a fon fair well to someone we lost this year. ham rove, ham was chief strategist and principal lunch metaphor colbert super pac. then last month tragedy struck when he fell repeatedly on to a knife that i was holding. before we could get him
CNN
Dec 15, 2012 4:00am PST
loud pop, pop, pops coming from the gun in the hallway. they went to investigate and tried to figure out what the noise was, sherlock and the principal perished, they didn't come back alive. ali, we know that mary sherlock, 56 years old was an expert in psychology with a masters from southern connecticut state university. she also worked in the community at a group home for disabled adults. and as i mentioned, she was part of that school's crisis intervention team. sherlock was also a family woman married for 31 years, ali, she leaves behind her husband bill along with two daughters, both in their 20s. she lists among her activities that she liked her hobbies, she liked to garden, spend time at the lake and go to the theater. she won't be able to do any of that anymore. ali? >> 26 people killed, many more shattered families, hundreds in this community are reeling this morning as they wake up. and they're going to learn more very, very shortly. the names of those victims, those 20 kids, 18 of them killed in the school, two more died in hospital. there is one person still wounded. nick, we'll stay with you this morning as you learn more through the course of it. nick valencia at the cnn center in atlanta.
PBS
Dec 17, 2012 2:30pm PST
all the learning i found my own niche as mary wilson and that is singing ballads. i produced this album, "the jazz show." i do this all over the world. tavis: you do pop and r&b all those years and you end up in a jazz. >> that is what i do. i was on line via the day and people talk about me like a dog. let me tell you. they say mary cannot sing or do this and i have found out what i know i can do. i am not like my favorite singer like to read the franklin -- lyn.ha franklh i was lucky meeting with this guy who wrote "stormy weather," he put together the stage play and i am part that and so now i songs.l of lena horne's it is what i do well. tavis: you can-you mentioned people say nasty things online. tthat is why i did not read it. i am going to read the piece, not the comments. it can mess you up. all opinions are not created equal. since you went there, it is one thing to navigate that now. how did you navigate that in the day when all the attention was on diana ross? >> the attention was on me. i thought it was. sure did. i loved all of us. it makes me feel bad when people try
CNN
Dec 15, 2012 9:00am PST
about a meeting taking place between some of the administrators. they heard this pop, pop, pop in the hallway. they went to investigate and at which point were confronted possibly by the gunman and they never returned. but mary sherlach was described by people that knew her as part of the crisis intervention team. so this a person, wolf, that people would be going to and grieving with at a time like this and she's no longer around for people to talk to. she's not with us anymore. she was an expert in psychologist. she got her master's from southern connecticut university and spent a lot of time working in the community and did a lot of work with disabled adults. those are just two of the names of the 26 victims that fell victim to the shooter in newtown, connecticut. wolf? >> two names and they are going to be releasing the rest of the names. we're standing by for another news conference. we think that's going to happen fairly soon. with more questions than answers right now, at least on this morning about the possible motives of this 20-year-old shooter, adam lanza, we're continuing to try to get information on what happened. police say he killed his mother before the rampage at the school where he then eventually t
CNBC
Dec 31, 2012 1:00pm EST
it mary thompson. >> hey, simon, before we do, a quick market update. popping an retreating after the announcement of the statement president obama will make at 1:30. can you vietnam action in the dow industrials. caterpillar and ge suggesting return. the indication moving to session lows today. these are the groups where the enclave right now. now, i will turn it over to jim and the rest of the traders here on the floor of the new york stock exchange for time honored tradition since the depression, and the singing of wait until the sun shines again. mr. mcguire? ♪ wait until the sun shines, as clouds go drifting by ♪ ♪ we will be happy, nelly, don't you cry ♪ ♪ ♪ sweetheart you and i ♪ wait until the sun shines, nelly, 12340e ♪ >> with breaking news from washington, john harwood. john? >> i just add conversation with an aide who confirmed there is a deal on the middle class tax cuts pks and it appears they agreed on threshold of $450,000 for families, $400,000 for individuals. that's a narrower gap at that income level tp. it is designed to catch more individuals
CNN
Dec 16, 2012 4:00pm PST
down in a blaze of glory that truly represents who she was. dawn hock struhsprunghochsprung. 56-year-old mary sherlach, she was the school psychologist. she was with the principal when they heard the pop, pop, pop friday morning right around 9:30, and, again, she tried to see what was the matter, and that is when she was killed. she has been married according to what we've learned about her, she had been married for more than three decades, and she was the proud parent of two daughters. she loved gardening, reading, and going to the theater. these are just a couple of the names and just to reiterate what everybody has seen and experienced around town, i got to newtown and just walking around these vigils not a dry eye in sight. seeing not only adults dropping off ornaments to place on the trees or candles or presents, you see their itty-bitty children hand in hand with their parents, 4, 5, 6 years of age walking around with stuffed animals, perhaps that they took from their own tree just to be able to give in honor of these youngsters so tragically taken from us way, way too early. w
CBS
Dec 28, 2012 7:00am PST
jarvis. >> in my office. >> it's one of this year's surprising pop culture moments. we'll look at the pop stories of 2012 with joe levy one of our >> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald. >>> good morning, everyone. 8:25 your time. i'm frank mallicoat. time to look at some of the news headlines around the bay area on this friday. >>> here in san francisco, muni celebrating a big birthday because muni is turning 100. and they are celebrating in a big way offering free rides all day on all of their vehicles. the free rides last through 5 a.m. on saturday. but beware, muni is running on a holiday schedule all this week. quite the deal. >>> an armed robbery is caught on camera in fairfield. police say one of two men pulled out a handgun sunday when a 7-eleven clerk opened the cash register. this is one of two armed robberies to happen within minutes of one another. and police believe the two crimes are likely related. >>> oakland is hiring bill bratton as a consultant to their police department. he is credited with big cuts in violent crime when he was in charge of police de
FOX News
Dec 15, 2012 3:00am PST
on the school and she was joined by mary sherlock, 56 years old. been there 18 years and accord to go a family member, and she is survived by a husband and older daughters in their 20's and heard the pops, and not special training, but when you hear the gun go off and you run to the gun. that's incredible instincts. >> steve: and also, we've been wondering why would this guy shoot and murder his mother and then go to the school? right? and the story has been, you know, she had been a teacher there or a teacher's aide or she had some sort of a relationship with it. and apparently we've just heard from the superintendent of schools up there, she was not on the staff. she did not have a relationship with the school. so, that makes his appearance at the school about 23 hours ago, even the more puzzling. and sandy hook. >> steve: she's not in the school's data base. >> alisyn: interesting, well, hopefully at the press conference, a reporter will have some answers. and we'll bring by dr. mark segal. we've talked about the ptsd not just for the immediate kids in the school and immediate p
NBC
Dec 18, 2012 6:00pm PST
straight out of the garden, next in wine country. welcome back. we're in wine country and i'm mary babbitt. so you think you have it the answer to our in wine country pop quiz? our question today, what is a cooper?is it...a. the aluminum foil on the top of a wine bottle b. a person who makes and repairs wine barrels orc. a small sports carwell it is true there is a sports car called a mini cooper, but for our purposes the correct answer today is b. a cooper is a person who makes and repairs wine barrels. the craft of being a cooper dates back to the seventeenth century and, in many ways, the work hasn't changed much to this day. coopers know how to create a barrel's unique shape, including bending the wood without breaking it.the body of work produced by a cooper is called his "cooperage," a name which also refers to the place where a cooper works.and that's a cap on our in wine country pop quiz. wine country chefs find inspiration in many places. we met a sonoma county chef so inspired by european art and design, he's created a dining experience reflecting that passion.his culinar
NBC
Dec 17, 2012 6:00pm PST
, we're in wine country and i'm mary babbitt. well did you guess the answer to our pop quiz today, what is pomace?is it:a - the solid residue left after pressing grapesb - a special stone winemakers use to clean their hands orc - a chunk of grape skins sometimes found in old wine barrels?i'll admit it, it sounds like something you'd use to clean and soften your skin. and in fact i have a "pumice" stone at home. but in this case "pomace" is something different. in fact the answer is a. pomace is the residue left after pressing grapes.in winemaking terms, pomace is the mass of grape skins, stems, seeds and pulp left over after pressing. consider this your rock solid pop quiz. you know they make wine in wine country but did you know wine country's also home to several family owned dairies? and just like some wineries are known for their small production artisan wine, we've discovered a dairy that makes an artisan style of milk called "raw milk." that's milk that's neither pasteurized nor homogenized.we recently visited claravale farm in watsonville, to see homegrown milk made fresh at the dai
NBC
Dec 19, 2012 6:00pm PST
savings card. call now! welcome back, we're in wine country and i'm mary babbitt. ok, it's that time, are you ready with the answer to our pop quiz? our question today, when it comes to wine or bubbly, what is a cuvee? is it a, a non-vintage wine or champagne b, a blend of wines or c, an extra large bottling, holding six liters of wine. while cuvee may sound like another word for a non- vintage wine or bubbly, the correct answer is actually b. a cuvee is a blend of wines. cuvee comes from the french word for "vat." different vats of wine can make up a cuvee of wine. in the case of champagne the cuvee is often made of many base wines. and that's our specially blended pop quiz. california's napa valley is of course well known for its vineyards and world class wines. but did you know other crops grow in napa, too? beans, of all things, got our attention. heirloom beans in fact. in homegrown, one man's mission to bring great tasting beans to wine country. i'm not really a farmer, but i am involved in agriculture. in napa valley you won't find many growers like steve sando. unfortunately
NBC
Dec 18, 2012 7:00am PST
country and i'm mary babbitt. ok, time to give it up, the answer to our pop quiz. our question today , when it comes to winemaking, what is must? is it: a - a mixture of grape juice, skins and pulp b - an additive winemakers use in the barrel or c - the leftover yeast extracted from sparkling wine. well you might think an additive is a must in the winemaking process, but the actual answer here is a -- must is a mixture of grape juice, skins and pulp. must is the name used by winemakers for the unfermented liquid consisting of grape juice, stem fragements, grape skins, seeds and pulp. the mixture comes out of the crusher- destemmer, at the beginning of the winemaking process. the term is used until the end of fermentation and that's when the must becomes wine. you know we've gotta say it -- consider this your pop quiz that was a must must is something you learn about when studying the basics of winemaking. we thought we'd extend the lesson plan today. but we want to keep it fun so we're going to look at the basics of bubbly. from champagne to sparkling, sweet to dry, vintage to non-vi
NBC
Dec 19, 2012 7:00am PST
$50 savings card. call now! welcome back, we're in wine country and i'm mary babbitt. well did you guess the answer to our pop quiz today, what is pomace?is it:a - the solid residue left after pressing grapesb - a special stone winemakers use to clean their hands orc - a chunk of grape skins sometimes found in old wine barrels?i'll admit it, it sounds like something you'd use to clean and soften your skin. and in fact i have a "pumice" stone at home. but in this case "pomace" is something different. in fact the answer is a. pomace is the residue left after pressing grapes.in winemaking terms, pomace is the mass of grape skins, stems, seeds and pulp left over after pressing. consider this your rock solid pop quiz. you know they make wine in wine country but did you know wine country's also home to several family owned dairies? and just like some wineries are known for their small production artisan wine, we've discovered a dairy that makes an artisan style of milk called "raw milk." that's milk that's neither pasteurized nor homogenized.we recently visited claravale farm in watsonvi
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